How your blood group can affect your heart disease risk: Britons with 'O' type 'benefit from natural protection' | UPDATED: 23:46 GMT, 14 August 2012 Research: A person's blood group helps determine their risk of heart disease, a study has found A person’s blood group helps determine their risk of heart disease, a study has found.
There is no safe limit for women drinkers: Stark warning as Scottish doctors report alcohol is linked to one in five breast cancer deaths | UPDATED: 00:46 GMT, 22 May 2012 One in five Scottish breast cancer cases is caused by alcohol – and there is no ‘safe’ limit to avoid the risk.
Why low testosterone may increase your risk of diabetes | UPDATED: 00:01 GMT, 4 May 2012 Men with low levels of testosterone could be at greater risk of developing diabetes Men with low levels of testosterone could be at greater risk of developing diabetes, a study has suggested.
Could swine flu vaccine cause narcolepsy Scientists probe link between drug and increase in cases | UPDATED: 21:35 GMT, 28 March 2012 Swine flu vaccine may have been responsible for a sudden increase in cases of narcolepsy among schoolchildren in Finland, a study has found.
UV rays “could help stop chickenpox from spreading”Ultraviolet may inactivate virus responsible for chickenpox and shinglesVirus found to be much less common in sunny climates Chickenpox is much less common in places with high UV ray levels Ultraviolet rays could help prevent the spread of the common childhood malady chickenpox, new research has shown. The discovery, which suggests people in milder climates are more at risk of catching the disease, is hoped to lead to new ways of preventing chickenpox and its more severe relative, shingles. Dr Phil Rice, virologist at St George”s, University of London, found chickenpox is much less common in places with high UV ray levels